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Central School of Ballet Has Appointed New Executive Director to Lead the Organisation in its New Southwark HomeCentral School of Ballet Has Appointed New Executive Director to Lead the Organisation in its New Southwark Home
by BWW News Desk - January 30, 2020

Central School of Ballet, the world-leading professional dance training organisation and part of the renowned Conservatoire for Dance and Drama, today announces the appointment of its new Executive Director Mark Osterfield. Mark will join Central mid-March to lead the organisation in its much-anticipated new home in the South Bank arts community in the London Borough of Southwark. (more...)
Northwestern University Has Dedicated Their Black Box Theater to Alumnae Who Created First Radio Soap OperaNorthwestern University Has Dedicated Their Black Box Theater to Alumnae Who Created First Radio Soap Opera
by BWW News Desk - January 29, 2020

Northwestern University dedicated a blackbox theater at the Virginia Wadsworth Wirtz Center for the Performing Arts in the name of three trailblazing alumnae. The Clara, Lu a??n' Em Theater was named in recognition of a gift to the School of Communication, which will be used to create a dean's discretionary fund supporting areas of greatest need. David Berolzheimer made the gift in memory of his mother, Northwestern alumna Isobel Carothers Berolzheimer, and two of her classmates - the trio co-created the first radio soap opera: 'Clara, Lu a??n' Em.' (more...)
Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film Has Announced a New Performance Faculty MemberJohnny Carson School of Theatre and Film Has Announced a New Performance Faculty Member
by BWW News Desk - January 29, 2020

The Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film in the Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts has announced a new faculty member in performance. According to School Director, Christina Kirk, 'We are thrilled that Rafael Untalan has accepted the position as Assistant Professor of Practice in performance in the Johnny Carson School.' Untalan will begin teaching in the Fall 2020 semester. (more...)
Royal College Of Music Opera Studio Presents Triple-bill Of One-act French Operatic MasterpiecesRoyal College Of Music Opera Studio Presents Triple-bill Of One-act French Operatic Masterpieces
by BWW News Desk - January 29, 2020

This season, the RCM Opera Studio presents a triple bill of French-language operas from three of the world's most celebrated composers: Britten, Debussy and Ravel. This trio of Gallic-inspired one-act works celebrates the French language through elegant libretti and showcases the versatility of the Royal College of Music's talented young singers. All three pieces are given a contemporary setting by director Olivia Fuchs, who draws on the shared theme of searching for one's identity to create a cohesive yet varied programme. (more...)
DACAMERA Presents Pianist Richard Goode In An All-Beethoven Program On March 24 At Rice UniversityDACAMERA Presents Pianist Richard Goode In An All-Beethoven Program On March 24 At Rice University
by BWW News Desk - January 28, 2020

DACAMERA's 2019a?'20 season of chamber music continues with a performance by pianist Richard Goode on Tuesday, March 24, 2020, at 7:30 p.m. at the Stude Concert Hall, Shepherd School of Music, Rice University. World-renowned for his performances and recordings of Ludwig van Beethoven's works, Goode will celebrate the 250th anniversary of the classical giant's birth with a selection of Beethoven's sonatas and bagatelles. (more...)
Madison Theatre at Molloy College Presents Swingtime in Big Band Presents TAKING A CHANCE ON LOVEMadison Theatre at Molloy College Presents Swingtime in Big Band Presents TAKING A CHANCE ON LOVE
by BWW News Desk - January 27, 2020

Keeping with Madison Theatre tradition, Swingtime returns for its eight annual Valentine's Day celebration of classics from the Great American Songbook! (more...)
Accomplished Classical Pianist Coming To Husson University's Gracie TheatreAccomplished Classical Pianist Coming To Husson University's Gracie Theatre
by BWW News Desk - January 27, 2020

Husson University welcomes celebrated classical pianist Fei-Fei (pronounced fā-fā) Dong to the stage of the Gracie Theatre on Sunday, February 9, 2020, at 2 p.m. Support from the Husson Recital Fund, created by John E. Kilgore, Jr., is helping to make this concert and other classical music performances possible at the Gracie Theatre. (more...)
Texas State University Department of Theatre and Dance Will Stage Virginia Grise's BLUTexas State University Department of Theatre and Dance Will Stage Virginia Grise's BLU
by BWW News Desk - January 27, 2020

The Department of Theatre and Dance at Texas State University will stage Virginia Grise's 'blu' Feb. 6-9 in the PSH Foundation Studio Theatre. (more...)
Jan McArt's New Play Readings At Lynn University Presents Clay Cartland's THAT'S MY TIMEJan McArt's New Play Readings At Lynn University Presents Clay Cartland's THAT'S MY TIME
by BWW News Desk - January 27, 2020

Lynn University and Jan McArt, producer and director of theatre arts program development, today announced that next month's production of Jan McArt's New Play Readings will feature That's My Time, written by Carbonell Award-winning local actor Clay Cartland. (more...)
BWW Review: DETROIT '67 at the University Of LouisvilleBWW Review: DETROIT '67 at the University Of Louisville
by Keith Waits - January 27, 2020

What you consider to be the turning point of the 1960s may depend on where you were standing. If you lived on the west side of Detroit it may have been July 1967, when five days of rioting left 42 dead. In Detroit '67, Dominique Morriseau creates a story just a short distance from the epicenter of that moment in history, one that puts a face to the volatile social dynamics that we tend to view with an almost abstract perspective 50 years later. (more...)
Rose Bruford College Launches MA Light In PerformanceRose Bruford College Launches MA Light In Performance
by BWW News Desk - January 25, 2020

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The University of Hawai'i at Mānoa's and Kennedy Theatre Present KALEIDOSCOPE/WINTER FOOTHOLDSThe University of Hawai'i at Mānoa's and Kennedy Theatre Present KALEIDOSCOPE/WINTER FOOTHOLDS
by BWW News Desk - January 24, 2020

The University of Hawai'i at Mānoa's Department of Theatre and Dance and Kennedy Theatre are proud to present Winter Footholds: Kaleidoscope, a dance concert featuring undergraduate and graduate student choreography and performance, directed by Assistant Professor of Dance Peiling Kao. Kaleidoscope is a collection of eleven dances, among them a thesis work choreographed by Master of Fine Arts in Dance candidate Sophia Carter. Performances will take place February 26, 27, 28, 29, at 7:30 p.m., and March 1 at 2:00 p.m. in the Earle Ernst Lab Theatre. A post-show rap will follow the Friday, February 28 performance. Tickets are $8-$18.  (more...)
Hugh Bonneville, Robert Bathurst, and Jane Asher Come Together in Support of Greenwich Foundation for the Old Royal Naval CollegeHugh Bonneville, Robert Bathurst, and Jane Asher Come Together in Support of Greenwich Foundation for the Old Royal Naval College
by BWW News Desk - January 24, 2020

Last night at the Old Royal Naval College, British national treasures Hugh Bonneville, Robert Bathurst and Jane Asher came together in support of this UNESCO heritage site in Greenwich. (more...)
Wayne State University Presents Three New Plays During 2020 Louis Heck-Rabi Dramatic Playwritng One-Act FestivalWayne State University Presents Three New Plays During 2020 Louis Heck-Rabi Dramatic Playwritng One-Act Festival
by BWW News Desk - January 23, 2020

The Maggie Allesee Department of Theatre and Dance, part of the College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts at Wayne State University, and the Department of English, part of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, host the twentieth anniversary of the Louis Heck-Rabi Dramatic Playwriting One-Act Festival. (more...)
David Korevaar Will Perform at the University of Colorado's Grusin Hall in Celebration of Beethoven's 250th BirthdayDavid Korevaar Will Perform at the University of Colorado's Grusin Hall in Celebration of Beethoven's 250th Birthday
by BWW News Desk - January 23, 2020

Acclaimed pianist David Korevaar will perform at the University of Colorado's Grusin Hall, 1020 18th Street, Boulder, Colorado on January 28, 2020 at 7:30 P.M. Korevaar celebrates Beethoven's 250th birthday in a program including his Grand Sonata in E-Flat Major, Op. 7, Sonata Quasi Una Fantasia in E-Flat Major, Op. 27, No. 1 and Symphony No. 4 in B-Flat Major, Op. 60 arranged by Franz Liszt. This is a free concert. More information can be found at www.CUPresents.org. (more...)
Submissions Are Now Open for 2nd Annual YOU WILL BE FOUND College Essay Writing ChallengeSubmissions Are Now Open for 2nd Annual YOU WILL BE FOUND College Essay Writing Challenge
by BWW News Desk - January 23, 2020

The Broadway Education Alliance and Gotham Writers Workshop announced today that submissions are now open for the 2nd annual 'You Will Be Found' College Essay Writing Challenge, inspired by the Tony® and Grammy® Award-winning Broadway hit Dear Evan Hansen. (more...)
The University of South Carolina Department of Theatre and Dance will Present EURYDICEThe University of South Carolina Department of Theatre and Dance will Present EURYDICE
by BWW News Desk - January 23, 2020

The University of South Carolina Department of Theatre and Dance will present Eurydice, Sarah Ruhl's critically acclaimed, modern retelling of a classic Greek myth, February 7-22 at Longstreet Theatre. (more...)
Wright State University Theatre Presents ENEMY OF THE PEOPLEWright State University Theatre Presents ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE
by BWW News Desk - January 23, 2020

Wright State University Theatre continues its 45th season in the Herbst Theatre with the classic Ibsen play, An Enemy of the People, running from February 21st a?' March 1st. This drama shocked the world when it premiered nearly a century and half ago, but its story still resonates today with its themes of majority rule vs minority rights, freedom of the press, and a?' for the first time in Western drama a?' the subject of pollution and the environment. Henrik Ibsen, one of the world's most popular and influential playwrights himself, even declared, a?oeI am still uncertain as to whether I should call An Enemy of the People a comedy or a straight drama. It may have many traits of comedy, but it also is based on a serious idea.' This play has been considered one of Ibsen's finest works, coming from the playwright who authored, A Doll's House. (more...)
BWW Blog: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama's Dr. Selina Busby on Applied TheatreBWW Blog: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama's Dr. Selina Busby on Applied Theatre
by BWW News Desk - January 9, 2020

Dr Selina Busby is a Principal Lecturer in Community Performance and Applied Theatre, and Course Leader for the MA Applied Theatre at London's Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. She is an applied theatre practitioner who works in prison settings, youth theatres, and with young people living in adverse conditions, both in the UK and internationally. (more...)
BWW Blog: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama's Martin Wylde on Commissioning New Work for Central StudentsBWW Blog: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama's Martin Wylde on Commissioning New Work for Central Students
by BWW News Desk - January 7, 2020

Martin Wylde is an acting teacher, theatre director and active advocate of both new writing and new work, commissioning and developing plays within the conservatoire and for industry. As Principal Lecturer and Programme Leader for MA Acting at London's Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, he teaches Stanislavsky derived acting methodologies and scene study and directs public productions and showcases on both the Classical and Contemporary Acting courses (more...)
BWW Blog: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama's Amanda Brennan on Acting for the ScreenBWW Blog: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama's Amanda Brennan on Acting for the Screen
by BWW News Desk - January 3, 2020

Amanda Brennan is an acting coach, film director, producer, and the Principal Lecturer and Course Leader in MA Acting for Screen at London's Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Her recent coaching credits include Collette, Sex Education and His Dark Materials.  She is currently writing her second book on Acting for Screen which will be published in 2021. The Energetic Performer was published in 2016. (more...)
BWW Blog: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama's Sylvan Baker on Applied Theatre and The Verbatim FormulaBWW Blog: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama's Sylvan Baker on Applied Theatre and The Verbatim Formula
by BWW News Desk - December 31, 2019

Applied theatre at Central is highly regarded internationally as a world leader with the largest number of specialist teaching staff in the field. Students undertake undergraduate study on the Drama, Applied Theatre and Education or the Writing for Performance courses, as well as postgraduate study on the MA Applied Theatre course where they focus either on Drama in the Community and Drama Education or Drama and the Criminal Justice System. (more...)
BWW Blog: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama's Joel Anderson on What Dramaturgy Is and How it is TaughtBWW Blog: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama's Joel Anderson on What Dramaturgy Is and How it is Taught
by BWW News Desk - December 28, 2019

Dr Joel Anderson is an author, reviewer, researcher and a Senior Lecturer and Course Leader in MA Theatre Criticism and Dramaturgy at London's Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Through his academic work, Joel has given doctoral seminars, lectures and talks around the world including in Australia, Canada, Chile, China, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Korea and the United States of America. He has served as Visiting Professor at the University of London Institute in Paris and is currently an advisory committee member at the Centre de Estudos Teatros in Lisbon. His work has been widely published in articles and chapters and his book, Theatre & Photography, was published in 2014. (more...)
BWW Blog: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama's Farokh Soltani on Discovering Your Unique Writer's VoiceBWW Blog: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama's Farokh Soltani on Discovering Your Unique Writer's Voice
by BWW News Desk - December 27, 2019

Dr Farokh Soltani is a writer, researcher, sound-maker, and teacher. His career began in his native Iran, where he worked as a writer and sound designer. His output included everything from sitcom scripts for national television networks, to award-winning short films such as The Project and Mr M at the Centre of the World, to music for theatre, film, and a particularly annoying mobile phone tariff ad. (more...)
BWW Blog: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama's Nick Moran Explains the Evolving Nature of Lighting DesignBWW Blog: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama's Nick Moran Explains the Evolving Nature of Lighting Design
by BWW News Desk - December 19, 2019

Nick Moran is a professional lighting designer, lecturer, researcher and author with experience lighting drama, opera and other music theatre, large and small scale events and rock 'n' roll.Nick is a Senior Lecturer and Course Leader in Production Lighting and Lighting Design at London's Royal Central School of Speech and Drama; he is also a founding board member of the Association of Lighting Designers, sits on the board of Skill Scene - the technical theatre industry forum for developing standards and qualifications and is the co-convenor of the OISTAT lighting Design Working Group. Nick is the author of Performance Lighting Design, Electric Shadows and The Right Light. (more...)